Meetings and Programs Planned by CCGS

October General Meeting

Program: Book Restoration and Conservation
Joseph Ziemba will share with us about book restoration and preservation. Past projects include rebinding of a first edition of "David Copperfield" and several other early printings of Dickens works. Fine bindings have been a passion along with a lifelong interest along with the interest in preservation. While living in the Washington, DC area he was able to study all aspects of book creation and preservation at the Smithsonian Institution along with private lessons with a book conservator from the Library of Congress. He has taught basic bookbinding at the Greenville Center for Arts and Crafts and basic book restoration at the John C. Campbell Folk School in the North Carolina Mountains.
When: Tuesday, October 28, 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
Where: CCGS Library Annex, 715 Grand Blvd, Vancouver

Fall Seminar

Nationally recognized genealogical lecturer and award winning author William Dollarhide will present a full day of classes that will explore the routes our ancestors traveled as they migrated across early America and how we can track their movements today

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Map showing location of CCGS Library.